Welcome to Honey Pot Dolls
These quaint and colourful dolls with a sentimental, timeless feel evoke deep nostalgic memories. They are whimsical, enchanting treasures bringing joy and simple pleasures.
UPDATE: I AM SO SORRY TO HAVE TO DO THIS BUT AFTER BREAKING MY WRIST ON HOLIDAY, I HAVE TO CANCEL THIS WORKSHOP. I AIM TO ORGANISE IT AGAIN FOR LATER IN THE YEAR.
SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE
Join us for a special doll making class to introduce basic doll making techniques.
You will learn how to make a cloth doll with simple embroidered features and stuffed with lovely warm organic British wool. These dolls are also known as Waldorf dolls.
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Part of the Core Collective Arts and Crafts Festival (12th 17th August ’18, at the Gun Makers Arms, Birmingham
During the class, you will learn how to stuff the hands and feet, create the head with binding string and a tubular bandage, embroider the features and sew in the hair.
You will be able to choose whether to make a girl or a boy and the pattern of the fabric from which you will make their clothes.
All class materials will be provided, but not lunch or refreshments.
This workshop is designed for first-time doll makers as well as the more experienced. As it is just a 1-day class, there will be no need for a sewing machine, the body piece will be pre-sewed, all you will have to do is a simple running stitch (and this will be explained too if needs be). You’ll learn everything you need to make a beautiful doll to take home. Class sizes will be limited to 15 people so you will receive lots of help and encouragement. You will be given complete instructions to enable you to finish your doll at home if you don’t finish in the class. You will also take home the paper pattern pieces so that you will be able to make more after the class.
The class is suitable for children aged 8 and over, with enthusiasm for sewing and crafting; children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
Cost: adult £ 41; 8-14 years £ 21
Donation going towards our charity Disability Resource Centre